Category Archives: Organisational Culture

Gender Equity and Leadership Diversity – Unlocking the Value of Our Talent Pool

Last week a Banksy painting titled Game Changer was sold at auction for almost $30 million AUD, the proceeds of which will go to hospital staff, patients, and NHS charities. The painting which looks to be…

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60 seconds with Paul Ingle – New Year, New Faces

If you are quietly changing and growing there naturally comes a moment in time where what you really do is no longer quite in step with what people think you do.

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Primal Living for Modern Life

It’s a new year and as tradition holds for many, the setting out of resolutions at the attempt at a better you. But how many of these actually stick? For me, it’s not about setting temporary goals that would be considered unsustainable long term but rather making small…

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Appreciative Inquiry – A Focus on Harnessing Organisational Strengths

In working with a couple of my sets over the past twelve months, where people have brought to the table issues associated with organisational change, I have found that there is an interest in the Appreciative…

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Leadership Code

I have been reading about Bushido (the way of the warrior) for some time. I do not profess to understand it fully, but it has some principles to act and live life by and to bring to…

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Meet the CEO – Vickie Kaminski

Vickie Kaminski is a change agent. Actually a pretty impressive one – politically and organisationally sharp, visionary, strategic, influential and has a way with people that gets them engaged. A communicator and listener but always seemingly…

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Energising for Performance

Rhodie Miller, Executive Search and Recruitment Team Leader, shares insights from the Executive Education Program she attended at Kellogg School of Management in Chicago.

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APAC 2014 Forum

Asia Pacific Healthcare Conference (APAC), September 2014 – Exceptional line up of international Speakers This year the speaker list for the Asia Pacific Healthcare Conference (APAC) brings under one roof some of the most internationally recognised…

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It Starts With One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations

By Stewart Black ISBN 9780133407303 Book Review by Tara Rivkin The premise of J. Stewart Black’s book about leading strategic change, It Starts With One, is that “Without individual change, there can be no meaningful organizational…

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Have you reached total dynamic balance?

Ten steps to unifying your life in career, family and society By Executive in Residence Kees van der Graaf Total dynamic balance. It’s what I’ve found today and what, after a successful career at Unilever that…

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